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FInd out if you need Dentures as they are often associated with aging, but this is not always the case.

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Dentures are often associated with aging, but this is not always the case.
Many people are familiar with the term, but what are dentures really, and how do you know if you need them? As you age, your teeth are susceptible to weakening which can cause pain, discomfort, and loss. Sometimes, it can have nothing to do with your age at all, as is the case for treating congenitally missing teeth. A dental accident, severe enamel erosion, cavities, and severe periodontal disease, may create a situation in which you need one tooth or several, removed. Dentures are an easy and manageable solution to filling these spaces. Partial dentures are ideal for patients who still have some natural teeth, while complete dentures are for those with no natural teeth.

Dentures are the ideal way to economically boost comfort and confidence. While dentures may be a cosmetic solution, they also provide very practical uses to their wearer, for example, by helping patients to restore function with eating and speech. The dentists at our Etobicoke dentures clinic can be trusted to provide suitable and long-lasting dentures to clients in the Etobicoke and Toronto areas. Dentures often require multiple appointments to perfect the fit, but by the end of the denture treatment process, we ensure that you walk out of our offices with a bounce in your step and a brighter, comfortable smile.

Many people have partial or full dentures in Toronto due to loss of teeth as a result of severe cases of periodontal disease, cracked or broken teeth and more. Whether for a health-related issue or to enhance appearance, it is critical that you select a dentures clinic with a history of providing stellar service.

Taking proper care of your dentures is very important in order to avoid facing premature denture replacement. At Cloverdale Dental Group, after dentures are placed, you are provided instructions to care for your new dentures. Proper cleaning of your new dental appliance, good oral hygiene, and regular dental visits will aid in the life of your new dentures.

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